It takes confidence and a bright leader to succeed in the modern world dominated by a dynamic change in technology. On top of that, the leader must work hard to cope with the competition in various portfolios. Maurício Mendonça Godoy is a Brazilian leader with such qualities that has made great strides in the country’s oil and gas sectors. His hard work, academic excellence, and time management are the pillars of his ability to steer EBR, Estaleiros do Brasil Ltda to success. His role as the company’s leader has helped in the facilitation of many projects. Maurício Mendonça Godoy launched the P-74 project in 2013, three years after the management agreed on the same. It was a decision that took place through a high level of professionalism led by Godoy.
However, the team decided to set up the project at São José do Norte in the Southern part of Brazil. They agreed on the site because of the government’s support and environmental factors that facilitated its licensing. According to Godoy, the team realized that São José do Norte had professionals that could assist the company’s operations since there were two sites in the neighborhood. Maurício Mendonça Godoy admitted that the project tested the company’s ability to develop shipyards from scratch. After successful completion of the project capable of producing 150,000 barrels daily, Petrobras recognized the company as the best construction and engineering giant of 2018. Estaleiros do Brazil Ltd. won the EPCI, (engineering, procurement, construction, and integration contract from Petrobras.
EBR completed the large project two months before the expiry date to the delight of Petrobras. The company started extracting oil from the site two and a half months before the due date. As one of Brazil’s powerhouse in procurement, engineering, offshore development as well as module integration and manufacturing, Estaleiros do Brasil Ltda has helped many residents. Maurício Mendonça Godoy ensures that every employee enjoys his/her time working in the company. The firm promotes the employees to the positions of supervisors, and managers among other senior ranks after advancing their skills. During the P-74 project, over 7,000 employees benefited through advanced training from EBR.